mtimjones comments

Posted in: Obama's Afghanistan strategy: Endgame or escalation? Or both? See in context

Obama continues to prove that he's nothing more than a naive narcissist. At least Bush listened to his advisers where Obama couldn't be bothered. Obama needs to go back to community organizing -- he's not fit to serve.

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Posted in: Climategate: The fix is in See in context

Manufactured doubt? How about a collective attempt to falsify data to justify a liberal "religion." This will go down as the greatest fraud ever attempted in our lifetime, and those involved (Gore, Obama, "scientists") should be held accountable.

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Posted in: Aboard White House Enterprise, is Obama Mr Spock? See in context

Obama has turned out to be the most naive president the U.S. has ever had (oh, and a narcissist to boot). I guess this is what we're down to now -- comparing Barry to Star Trek characters. But Barry and logic (and facts) are not really friends...

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Posted in: Moore urges Japan to recover caring social security system See in context

Great! Michael Moore is now completely ignored in the U.S. as a complete moron, so now he's trying to profit in other countries. Good riddance...

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Posted in: Climategate: The fix is in See in context

The left has eschewed science in favor of redistributive change. The left sees profits in "green" and lied on a worldwide scale to line their own pockets. Those at the top (such as Al Gore) that pushed this so-called "science" should be arrested and/or sued for the biggest con the world has ever seen.

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Posted in: Obama promises to 'finish the job' in Afghanistan See in context

Obama is on track to complete no task while he's in office. And speaking as a reasonable person, I'm okay with that. At least Bush had a backbone...

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Posted in: The challenge in Copenhagen: reshaping the world See in context

Until we can have some honest debate from global warming activists, and an end to targeting critics, I think this is over. I can't recall a time in history where so many "scientists" were willing to commit fraud to further a social agenda.

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Posted in: More than 1,000 cheer Palin in Michigan for book tour See in context

The left's hate for Sarah Palin is interesting. They were so exuberant with their fearless leader, Obama, but then he turned out to be worse than an empty suit. I continue to find it interesting to watch the left, with all of their failed policies, go after a women who speaks her mind. I guess the left is a group of misogynists after all.

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Posted in: Obama promises to 'finish the job' in Afghanistan See in context

The only "exit strategy" that Obama has considered, is the destruction of the U.S. and his exit back to his native Africa. Obama is the most naive president that the U.S. has ever had, and we can see this very clearly from his behavior and actions. When a country is in a recession, and has massive unemployment, creating massive entitlements and raising taxes does not solve problems (historically, they make it worse). Further, he's broken every campaign promise, and is now at historically low approval numbers (worse than any president in modern history, including GW Bush).

Obama is an empty suit and 2012 can't come soon enough...

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Posted in: Obama's failing: Too much head, too little gut See in context

Only the very far left in the U.S. believes that Obama is on the right track (check any poll). Whether it's the fraud-ridden stimulus (that spent $880MM and resulted in 3M less jobs) or the focus on healthcare reform (which is needed in some form, but not with a Govt-run option). Obama has proven to be a naive zealot, not ready to lead himself, let alone a nation. His behavior will lead to another civil war, it's only a matter of time.

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Posted in: Palin coy about 2012 run, but door is open See in context

I hope she runs. She has more common sense than most of the U.S. criminal politicians. She doesn't believe in the Global Warming con, and is against healthcare reform (another con to control the U.S. population through more Democratic tax-and-spend).

But the fact that liberals are in a lather about her even speaking in public (they hate women, you know) is enough for me.

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Posted in: Republicans blast health bill See in context

This article is improperly titled. Most people in the U.S. oppose this bill. Democratic politicians and the poverty class support support the bill. If passed, it will be the worst case of fraud since Obama's stimulus project...

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Posted in: Carter defends his handling of Iran hostage crisis See in context

Carter illustrates typical liberal democrat behavior. Make a mess of things, and then spend the rest of your life trying to explain them away. Obama will be busy once he's ousted from office.

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Posted in: Obama's bow to emperor causes outrage in Washington See in context

The outrage very likely has nothing to do with the bow. Obama has proven himself to be a naive embarrassment in the U.S., so any little thing that comes up is treated with immediate criticism.

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Posted in: A bunch of basterds See in context

Tarantino used to be good -- now he's just a another BS hollywood director. No thanks, I'd rather sit in the dark and stare at the wall.

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Posted in: Meet and greet See in context

I don't have a problem with Obama bowing to Emperor Akihito.

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Posted in: 2,000 kids go trick or treating at White House See in context

Not surprising, for a president who wants to "redistribute the wealth." Perhaps tomorrow Obama could try to actually solve some problems, instead of dithering and attending photo ops.

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Posted in: Obama makes midnight visit to Dover Air Force Base to honor fallen soldiers See in context

This was nothing more than a photo op for a struggling president that can't make a decision unless it creates entitlements for future votes. Obama is "Jimmy Carter" part 2 (but less manly)...

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Posted in: Democrats roll out bill to extend health care to millions See in context

With this healthcare reform bill, Obama will sell out America's future to create a new entitlement that will be fraud-ridden and abused. Liberals love to spend money, especially when it's someone elses.

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Posted in: Obama says he will not rush Afghanistan decision See in context

Obama's indecision is planned. By dithering on troop assignment, he placates those doves that voted him into office. In the end, Obama will fail in both wars and lead the U.S. in the worst economic environment since Jimmy Carter.

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Posted in: Analysts see more growth ahead for Amazon See in context

Amazon is much more than a digital store presence, they're also a leader and innovator in cloud computing and storage. Big things ahead for this company.

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Posted in: How a meaningless argument ended in murder See in context

Fighting over a video game?!? Can't see that, unless they were talking about "Demon's Souls" (just released in the U.S.). Damn that's fun...

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Posted in: White House advisers say Fox News is not news See in context

Sad, very sad. Fox News has news reporting and opinion programming, just like all other U.S. news channels. Unfortunately, the far left wants to minimize Fox by labeling it so. But, that's what the left does. We on the right are used to it, and just ignore them as they should be. Obama's policies have been explored by Fox, which many in the U.S. want. Obama doesn't like this, so he plays his typical chicago-thug style politics. As I said, sad, very sad.

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Posted in: Obama says he'll accept Nobel Peace Prize as 'call to action' See in context

Truly sad. Obama has done nothing to deserve this (other than appealing to people's "hope" for a different future). They should have given the award to someone who actually made a contribution, instead of someone who they think may in the future. There were many to choose from today.

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Posted in: What is your impression of the English-teaching industry in Japan? Have things improved since Nova's collapse or are there still bad apples in the barrel? See in context

While not entirely on topic, I'm impressed with the English language capabilities of the Japanese. I traveled to Odawara two years ago, and was blown away by the number of people that I ran into who spoke very fluent English. In Odawara train station, for example, I walked up ready to point and spew my token Japanese phrases to buy a ticket, and the lady behind the counter spoke perfect English and was very helpful and pleasant to this gaijin.

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Posted in: Chicago's Olympic loss is blow to Obama, too See in context

Surprising that for a President that demands radical environmentalism, he doesn't mind that he and his wife are flying "two separate large planes" to the venue. Not to mention the 600 other folks that travel with them (along with military transports for security, limos, etc.). The IOC should have banned him for his carbon footprint alone.

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Posted in: Chicago's Olympic loss is blow to Obama, too See in context

In the U.S., various news agencies are calling Europe "racist" for not bowing to Obama's demands. Also that it was George Bush's fault.

The true fact is that in the U.S., we have a naive President who thinks more of himself that the rest of the world does. The year 2012 can't come soon enough. I was rooting for Tokyo, as another excuse to visit.

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Posted in: Dita Von Teese See in context

Please -- before you comment, look up the definition of Burlesque. Burlesque involves parody (and is definitely not porn), and shouldn't be taken at face-value...

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Posted in: Cash for Clunkers to end in U.S. on Monday See in context

Good riddance. This program was a mistake, and simply borrows from the future for a little revenue today. Japan and other countries should be happy, though. They Japan had four of the top five cars sold. But in the end, this was about protecting a large group (auto-workers) and the party they support (Democrats). It was a boondoggle, and simply added to an ever-increasing deficit...

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Posted in: Gun-toters, including one with assault weapon, attend Obama protest See in context

Second amendment, baby. Love it, or leave it.

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